Jesús Hernández Alcocer will be linked to the process for allegedly shooting his wife, singer Yrma Lydya, 21, to death at the luxurious Suntory restaurant in Mexico City on the night of June 23.
The 79-year-old man, who on the afternoon of June 30 arrived in a wheelchair to the orality rooms of the Reclusorio Oriente for his second hearing that lasted just over six hours, he will face his trial in pretrial detention for four monthsterm that was fixed for the complementary investigation.
The legal situation of Benjamín ‘N’, the lawyer’s driver, was also defined after they were arrested while trying to flee the restaurant. Both will remain confined in the Prison East during the complementary investigation.
At the first hearing Jesús Hernández said he felt “bad”
On Sunday, June 26, the first hearing was held, which lasted approximately 15 hours, and Yrma Lydya’s widower mentioned on several occasions that he felt bad because of his “health problems,” journalist Ciro Gómez Leyva explained.
However, Multimedia reported tonight that during Thursday’s hearing the accused “felt well” and did not require medical assistance as he did not present any health problems.
Jesus Hernandez claims to be innocent
At the first hearing, held on June 26, Hernández Alcocer pleaded not guilty and stated that he did not fire the murder weapon, but that extortionists shot his wife.
Femicide investigation details
The investigation of the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City indicates that the accused planned the crime in advance.
According to the experts, the messages on the phones of both indicate that Jesús had summoned her to reach an alleged agreement on their separation. But it was she who asked that the meeting be held in a public place.
According to information from El Universal, four people would be involved in addition to the aggressor. Two would be his accomplices, his driver and his bodyguard, who are already detained, and allegedly two workers from the Suntory restaurant, who would not have checked him when he arrived at the place and that is how the weapon that took the young singer’s life entered. .